Multihull Clubs/Fleets/Reporters

 

The Multihull Appreciation Society
This has group has been created to bring together people, who enjoy the speed, comfort and sheer enjoyment of owning, crewing or just generally sailing on Multihulls.


Alameda Yacht Club
The Alameda Yacht Club is a private, non-profit corporation located in Historic Fortman Marina which was once home to the Alaska Packers Fishing Company in the early 1900's.   Our Club, founded in 1985, is an
all volunteer organization and offers its members a wide variety of boating and related activities that include group cruise-outs to interesting destinations, and organized sail boat racing.

Benicia Yacht Club
Advantageously located on the Carquinez Straight, midway between San Francisco and the Delta, and close to Napa Valley, members and their guests are treated to a variety of nearby conveniences unique to our area.

Corsair 24 Norcal
The San Francisco Fleet for Corsair 24, F-24, and Sprint/Dash 750 designs. These are all 24' folding 
trailerable trimarans produced by Corsair Marine and are among the most capable, fast, and rugged.

Richmond Yacht Club
RYC is a club dedicated to serious sailing while at the same time having tremendous fun. Club members actively race all manner and size of boats--monohulls, multihulls, dinghies and skiffs.

Singlehanded Sailing Society
A group specifically for those who sail their boats single-handed over long distances.

Bay Area Multihull Association
Started in September 1978

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Ballena Bay Yacht Club
Ballena Bay Yacht Club was founded in 1969 for boaters in picturesque Ballena Isle Marina and residents of the newly built surrounding community. Today we are an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization with approximately 180 members, the only yacht club on the western side of Alameda, California. From here, our members can easily access the Bay and San Francisco, only 4-1/2 nautical miles away.

Chesapeake Multihull Association
Founded in 1977. We promote and encourage the free exchange of multihull sailing ideas and interests.

Houston Yacht Club
One Design sailing first came to Galveston Bay in 1911 when John Bonner of the Launch Club (HYC) approached the Galveston Yacht Club about building a fleet of identical racing sailboats, in hopes of eliminating the need to handicap. As a result, John and James Bludworth built six identical boats, 18 feet long, in Galveston. These six boats, referred to as “class boats,” were privately owned by Club members, three from the Houston Launch Club (HYC) and three from the Galveston Yacht Club. 

Royal Port Dickson Yacht Club
Situated along the west coast approx. 7 kilometers from the Port Dickson town centre, the Port Dickson Club was founded in 1927 and amalgamated with the Yacht Club in 1957. The Club was renamed Port Dickson Yacht Club in 1987. The Royal status was conferred on the Club by the State Ruler on 2nd March 1991. 


Lake Erie Multihull
We are a very democratic group of Multihull Owners, Skippers, Crew and enthusiasts who own Trimarans, Catamarans and Beachcats. Our activities include racing and cruising with our focus on Lake Erie. We are affiliated with I-LYA and we have a dedicated website. We welcome anyone who wishes to join us as we adventure and play on our fast and fun Multihulls.


New England Multihull Association
The New England Multihull Association is a non-profit organization for the promotion of the art, science, and enjoyment of multihull yacht design and construction, racing, cruising and socializing. 
 

Northwest Multihull Association
The NWMA is a nonprofit club for sailors, builders, racers, and dreamers of multihull sailing craft. We hold monthly meetings with speakers covering a broad spectrum of topics related to multihulls. Membership includes discounts at Fisheries Supply, racing, cruising rendezvous, and access to a group of interesting and experienced multihull builders and sailors. Come on aboard! For specifics see Benefits of Membership which includes a Membership Form.
 

Multihull Association of South Florida
masf is a loose-knit flotilla of multihull mariners and boating enthusiasts who met for years at our home port at the Miami Yacht Club on Watson Island, Miami, FL, USA.  Meetings featured industry speakers, videos, boat show topic forums and expert discussions to wide marine-Interest audiences. masf has no current membership meetings, but shares club news, views, and links at our website.


British Columbia Multihull Society
The BCMS has been in existence since 1969, cruising and racing in the beautiful waters of the Pacific Northwest. Today, not much has changed from the original mandate constituted by the membership 40 plus years ago. Our goal is to promote the use of multihull ships, vessels and boats of every description. Many of our members have been involved in building their own boats and have sailed in many parts of the world. While the majority of our members are centrally located in the lower half of BC, the BCMS stretches north to the Queen Charlotte Islands, east to Alberta, and south to Mexico. The club has three major boating events. They usually take place in May, July, and September. Many other social events take place as well during the year. To learn more about us please look around our website and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.

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